Have you seen, heard about, or used Storify.com? It's a site that enables you to capture social media tidbits from here and there from around the web and create a story around a topic or an event. Using keywords, you can search sites like flikr, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Google Search, etc. It even allows you to enter a URL for a specific site so you can pull that in as well if you want. It automatically creates a link back to original source and allows you to notify content creators that you've linked to them.
Many use it for their designated subject like genealogy or technology. Some use it for events like how I used it for Remembering D-Day around the Web. And some use it for events centered around a conference.
And that's how I'll be using it this weekend for Southern California Genealogical Society's 2012 Jamboree. Sure, I'll be blogging all day long because Weebly has an awesome blogging app for the iPhone that will allow me to blog on the fly. And I'll be capturing video whenever I can. [Exhibitors, get ready to give my viewers your 30-second elevator pitch through my iPhone. You know, if you want.]
But? I'll be gathering tidbits from around the web about SCGS12s Jamboree at the end of the day and Storifying them for your viewing pleasure.
You don't have to join Storify.com to read it. You don't have to subscribe to my Storify.com Channel [called FamilyStories] to read it. But you sure can if you want. Also? There are other genealogists and family historians on Storify.com. Can you find them? Take a look around and see.